2 edition of History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia found in the catalog.
History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia
J. L. MacDougall
1922 in [n.p .
Written in English
Includes biographical and genealogical sketches, but without index.
|Statement||by J.L MacDougall.|
|LC Classifications||F1039.I5 M13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 690 p.|
|Number of Pages||690|
|LC Control Number||23008917|
History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia Chapter XVII - West Margaree: His death at a comparatively early age was a social and intellectual loss to Inverness County. Alexander, the second son of "John the Banker" was married to Sarah MacLean, daughter of Charles MacLean, with issue, two sons and four daughters, namely: Dan and John living. History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia - Scholar's Choice Edition. "A Microcosm within the Canadian Mosaic: Researching and Writing a Local History in Nova Scotia"; by Philip L Hartling; This is a valuable starting point for anyone who wants to start in on the history of Nova Scotia; a valuable bibliography appended, general and under specific headings such as mining, fisheries, schools, genealogy; NSHR#
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History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia. By J. MacDougall () Cape Breton Island - The Celtic Heart of Nova Scotia book America.) Preface. It has long been felt that an effort should be made to write a History of Inverness County.
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Title: History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X X in Published: Ma Publisher: Nabu Press Language: Nova Scotia book. Genre/Form: History Généalogies Biographies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: MacDougall, J.L.
(John Lorne). History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia. Originally published inthis book is a highly regarded history of Inverness County that was written to "perpetuate the names and History of Inverness County of the brave and intrepid men and women Nova Scotia book whom we are indebted for the opening up and reclaiming from the bondage of the wilderness of this favored region of fine and free country".
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History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia By J. MacDougall () Preface. It has long been felt that an effort should be made to write a History of Inverness County.
Many wished to have it done, but none seemed prepared to undertake the work. we dealt with these general subjects by themselves, and they form the major portion of Part I. History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia. John Lorne MacDougall. died young district Donald MacDonald Donald MacLean Dougald Duncan farm father Finlay Flora Gillis Halifax Harbour Hector Hugh Iain Inverness County Isabel Island issue James Jane Jessie John MacLean Judique Kate Katie Lake Ainslie land large family About Google Books.
Get this from a library. History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia. [J Nova Scotia book MacDougall]. History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia Chapter II History of Inverness County Some Outlines of Nova Scotia book Breton History the ways of living and the wars, of that untutored tribe are practically a sealed book to us.
And even the first white man who actually did discover Cape Breton would seem to be a tormentingly elusive personality. All Canadians are familiar with.
History of the pioneer settling families of Inverness County, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Includes information about the districts and towns within Inverness County and the names of the pioneering families that settled those areas.
2 editions First published in Nova Scotia B0E 3M0. History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia: J.L. MacDougall News Publishing Company Limited, Truro, Nova Scotia, First Edition, A complete history of Inverness County and its settlers by area. History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia J.L.
MacDougall Global Genealogy: Mabou Pioneers Volume I: A.D. MacDonald. Located on the west coast of Cape Breton Island fronting the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Inverness sits astride a small coal seam which was exploited from the late 19th century to the mid-late 20th century, beginning with a mine opened by William Penn Hussey of Massachusetts.
Before Hussey industrialized the coal operations of the town it was exploited by the locals, but without means Country: Canada. History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia Chapter XLIII - The Last Page: We have attempted in the foregoing pages to give some idea of our Inverness ancestry.
Our task was forced upon us twenty years too late. The real inner story of our older people was buried with themselves, and as a general thing we have no marble, moat or manuscript, to. History. Established as the County of Juste au Corps inInverness County was given its present name in It was named after Sir Cameron Inverness of Scotland, the land from which many of the early settlers came.
Agriculture and fishing dominated the economy with exports of butter and cattle to Newfoundland and Halifax for most of the nineteenth y: Canada.
About the Book. History of the pioneer settling families of Inverness County, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Includes information about the districts and towns within Inverness County and the names of the pioneering families that settled those areas. History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia J.L.
MacDougall News Publishing Company Limited, Truro, Nova Scotia, First Edition, A complete history of Inverness County and its settlers by area. No Place Like Home - Diaries and Letters of Nova Scotia Women Margaret Conrad, Toni Laidlaw and Donna Smyth. "History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia", By J.L.
MacDougall (): A rich and inspired resource for this county. This book was an attempt in the early s to publish what information was known about the history of the people in this county, despite the lack of records. History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia the latter in various districts of his native county of Inverness.
For several terms Michael B., was the representative of River Dennis district in the Municipal council of Inverness. Subsequently he was appointed Station master at River Dennis, on the Intercolonial Railway after the extension from.
History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia Chapter XI - The Town of Inverness The town of Inverness lies about the middle of the county coast, and owes its existence to a mine of bituminous coal.
History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia when the first representatives of Cape Breton were elected to the Assembly of Nova Scotia there was only one County on the Island and that the County of Cape Breton. By a Provincial Act of the original county of Cape Breton was like Gaul, divided into three parts, namely, Cape Breton.
History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia: Macdougall, John L: Books - (7). History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia, by J.L. MacDougall., Toronto Public Library. Nova Scotia (also known as Mi'kma'ki and Acadia) is a Canadian province located in Canada's known history, the oldest known residents of the province are the Mi'kmaq the first years of European settlement, the region was claimed by France and a colony formed, primarily made up of Catholic Acadians and Mi' time period involved.
Inverness County, Canada’s Musical Coast, comprises the entire western coastline of Cape Breton Island, including the world famous Cabot Trail and reaches inland as far as the beautiful Bras d’Or Lakes. Canada’s Musical Coast is a string of beautiful communities and majestic coastline vistas bound together by musical traditions.
chapter ii. some outlines of cape breton history. chapter iii. a general sketch of inverness county, its prominent features. and some of its distinguished sons and citizens.
chapter iv. farming in inverness. chapter v. religion in inverness county. chapter vi some old schools, and old teachers. chapter vii. geological notes. History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia, by J.L. MacDougall. Ships - Saint Lawrence,all pass.
Rum p. Highland Lad, (Rum?). In six Kennedy brothers came from Canna, Scotland, and landed at Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, with other Scottish immigrants. They remained at Parrsboro and vicinity about seventeen years.
In two of these brothers, Donald and John, came to Broad Cove, Inverness County, the other four coming into the County of Antigonish. Place-Names and Places of Nova Scotia first appeared inwhen it was published by the Public Archives of Nova Scotia as a special project to commemorate Canada's centenary of Confederation.
It's still the only reference source available for readers wanting basic, reliable, easily accessible historical information about the cities, towns and villages of Nova Scotia. The Nova Scotia GenWeb Project is a part of the Canada GenWeb Project Inverness County Census file for downloading A Selected List of Nova Scotia Genealogy and History Books; Nova Scotia Genealogy Books at the Library of Congress; Bookstores.
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The Scots who came to our shores were emigrants from the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, some of them landing first at St. John's Island (now Prince Edward's) some more at Pictou, Nova Scotia, and working their way later on to the Northwestern side of Cape Breton Island.Inverness is a provincial electoral district on Ebook Breton Island, Nova Ebook, Canada, that elects one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly.
Initially created with the name "Juste-au-Corps", the electoral district of Inverness has existed in various forms since The name was changed to Inverness after lobbying by William Young.
It existed continuously as Inverness County Last contested: